HeLa S3 cells arrested in G2 by a conditioning dose of 650 rad of 220 kV X rays delivered in early G2, were subjected to a second dose 10 hr after the first. In contrast to the survival response, which changes from that characteristic of late S cells to that of M cells early during arrest, susceptibility to additional delay is retained until the end of the arrest period.
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Research Article| June 01 1976
Susceptibility of X-Ray-Arrested HeLa S3 Cells to Additional Arrest
L. J. Tolmach ;
T. D. Griffiths ;
Radiat Res (1976) 66 (3): 649–654.
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L. J. Tolmach, T. D. Griffiths, R. W. Jones; Susceptibility of X-Ray-Arrested HeLa S3 Cells to Additional Arrest. Radiat Res 1 June 1976; 66 (3): 649–654. doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/3574469
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